Author Correction: Morphology Transition Engineering of ZnO Nanorods to Nanoplatelets Grafted Mo8O23-MoO2 by Polyoxometalates: Mechanism and Possible Applicability to other Oxides

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Correction to: Scientific Reports https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-05750-x, published online 19 July 2017

The original version of this Article contained an error, where ‘Theory for Morphology Transition Engineering’ was incorrectly given as ‘Abdelmohsen Theory for Morphology Transition Engineering’. As a result, in the Abstract,

“Abdelmohsen theory for morphology transition engineering (ATMTE) will be demonstrated through the article, besides a brief discussion about possibility of other oxides to obey this theory.”

now reads:

“Theory for morphology transition engineering (TMTE) will be demonstrated through the article, besides a brief discussion about possibility of other oxides to obey this theory.”

The section heading,

“Abdelmohsen Theory for Morphology Transition Engineering (ATMTE)”

now reads:

“Theory for Morphology Transition Engineering (TMTE)”

In this section,

“On the basis of all the aforementioned theories, facts, predictions, and observations that were discussed within the whole article, we introduce Abdelmohsen Theory for Morphology Transition Engineering (ATMTE)”

now reads:

“On the basis of all the aforementioned theories, facts, predictions, and observations that were discussed within the whole article, we introduce Theory for Morphology Transition Engineering (TMTE)”

Finally, in the same section,

“Further work is now in progress in Catholic University of Louvain (ICMN) to suppose a new mechanism (intermediate compound mechanism(ICM)), study the hybrid nanomaterials that may be synthesized by phosphotungestic acid, study the growth mechanism of Mo8O23-MoO2 mixed oxide, postulate Abdelmohsen theory for morphology engineering of solid compounds (ATMESC)”

now reads:

“Further work is now in progress in Catholic University of Louvain (ICMN) to suppose a new mechanism (intermediate compound mechanism(ICM)), study the hybrid nanomaterials that may be synthesized by phosphotungestic acid, study the growth mechanism of Mo8O23-MoO2 mixed oxide, postulate theory for morphology engineering of solid compounds (TMESC)”

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Correspondence to Ahmed H. Abdelmohsen or Waleed M. A. El Rouby.

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Abdelmohsen, A.H., El Rouby, W.M.A., Ismail, N. et al. Author Correction: Morphology Transition Engineering of ZnO Nanorods to Nanoplatelets Grafted Mo8O23-MoO2 by Polyoxometalates: Mechanism and Possible Applicability to other Oxides. Sci Rep 9, 11548 (2019) doi:10.1038/s41598-019-47714-3

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